Hong Ngoc Tonkin Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a huge barrel of water, drowning passers by. Me, Darren and three of our fellow volunteers spent most of our time in Bangkok, but also spent a night in Ayutthaya, where a more traditional festivities supposedly take place. This may well be true, but our celebrations simply involved getting soaked to the skin within minutes of arrival, and dancing/ drinking in the street while drowning in a sea of people and foam from the cannons blasting constantly in our direction. It was ...
... whereby we didn't have enough cash to pay and the cash machines put a limit on what you can withdraw (ONLY 2million per time!) so that caused a minor panic. Money sorted we headed over to Ho Chi Minh's mausoleum, only to realise we'd left it too late ( for some reason you have to be there by 11am and the aforementioned kerfuffle set us back some time. We still managed to see the outside which is a very impressive building with many scary looking Vietnamese guards. Following this ...
... and pricey buildings lining the river, but rather a small, family run affair down a side alley. It was modest but the service and attentiveness were second to none. Vietnamese hotels, whether HCMC, Hue or Hanoi, absolutely nail customer service.*
Slotting ourselves into the Formula One-esque cockpits which were our bunks, we travelled north to Hanoi on the nightbus. It was another gaudily pink affair which liked to play the Viet version of X-Factor really loudly ...